In March, I was pleasantly surprised to see my name in the U.S. State Departmentâ€™s 2019 Country Report on Human Rights Practices for Liberia. The reason? Last year, I was illegally arrested and abused by the police.
Over the next 14 days, many Liberians will be depending on their government to honor its commitment to inclusive development and lifting them out of poverty. Therefore, now more than ever before, the governmentâ€™s Pro-Poor agenda needs to apply a feminist analysis to center people in its response to ending COVID-19 in Liberia.
Undeniably, President George Weah is the most powerful man in Liberia and perhaps one of the most powerful presidents in the world, already wielding enormous power within his political domain.
A robust and well-sequenced multisector response led by the health sector is the first step in stopping the spread of the disease.
Itâ€™s time that our government acts proactively to publish detailed rules and regulations regarding the state of emergency declaration to ensure that we can focus the fight on the Coronavirus, without any unnecessary distractions.
COVID-19 has changed the business world dramatically in a short period of time. Disasters demand that we become resourceful and help one another.
While employees have their right to the freedom of expression on social media, their rights can still be tempered by the fact that it could affect an employers’ reputation
Both the Coronavirus and Ebola are viruses with many similarities in how they can be prevented. During the Ebola pandemic, while working as a contact tracer, I remember some of the major problems that allowed the virus to spread were misinformation, denial, a poor health system, and a government negligent to follow up on their words in protecting citizens.